Als einer der weltweit führenden Gleitschirmhersteller bietet MAC PARA auch einen Service zur professionellen Beschriftung und zum Aufbringen von Werbelogos auf Deinen Gleitschirm.

Das beste Resultat erzielen wir, wenn die Werbung bereits während des Herstellungsprozesses aufgebracht wird, bevor der Gleitschirm beleint ist und das Tuch noch sauber und faltenfrei steht. Dabei stellen wir hohe Anspüche an das verarbeitete Material, damit auch die Produktionsqualität auf höchstem Niveau bleibt.

Die verfügbaren Farben sind Schwarz, Rot, Orange, Grau, Gold, Blau, Türkis und Violet. Wir können jede beliebige Grösse von Werbelogos produzieren, wobei zu berücksichtigen ist, dass die Kappe durch die Logos schwerer wird und sich auch das Flugverhalten ändern kann. Deswegen arbeiten wir seit vielen Jahren mit dem leichtgewichtigen Skytex 40.

Für beste Ergebnisse müssen die Größe der Werbung und der Kappe harmonieren. Das Material wiegt 55g/m2, so kann das Mehrgewicht errechnet und die möglichen Auswirkungen auf das Flugverhalten, speziell beim Start, abgeschätzt werden.

Für ein individuelles Angebot benötigen wir ein gewöhnliches Bild als Bitmap (jpg; tif; gif; bmp). Für die Herstellung der Schneidemuster benötigen wir Dein Logo oder den Text in Kurven, am besten als Corel *.cdr-Datei in Version 9 (in Kurven ! gespeichert). Falls dies nicht möglich ist, können wir die Bitmaps gegen Aufpreis auch in Kurven konvertieren.

For the best results and minimising the weight, think about the size and proportion of your advert on the glider. The coloured material weighs 55g/m2, thus you can calculate the approximate additional weight and its potential effect on your flying pleasure, mainly during take-off.

Adverts on paragliders can be made from two different materials:

1) adhesive Skytex
2) adhesive foil
The production process is the same for both materials. According to the logotype (original ads delivered in curves) we cut the material and then place on the canopy.
The properties of both materials differ.

1) adhesive Skytex

+ very firmly adheres to the glider, and is as flexible as fabric of the canopy
- if you remove over time the advert from the canopy the glue stick remains on the canopy (it sticks the canopy and take dust on it)
- the advert is partially transparent and the colors mingle with the fabric of the canopy.
- it is impossible to make the advert in white color
-
less choice of colors

2) Foil

+ the foil is opaque, it is possible to produce white surface ads
+ wide range of colors
+
removing the ad from the canopy is easy, the glue remains less on the canopy
- the foil has a different type of adhesive and initially slightly less adheres to the surface of the glider, the time to complete the connection with the fabric is longer
- it is thicker and not so much flexible as the fabric of the canopy, especially at low temperatures
- the ad looks darker in the backlight

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For the best results and minimising the weight, think about the size and proportion of your advert on the glider. The coloured material weighs 55g/m2, thus you can calculate the approximate additional weight and its potential effect on your flying pleasure, mainly during take-off.

Adverts on paragliders can be made from two different materials:

1) adhesive Skytex
2) adhesive foil

The production process is the same for both materials. According to the logotype (original ads delivered in curves) we cut the material and then place on the canopy.

The properties of both materials differ.

1) adhesive Skytex

+ very firmly adheres to the glider, and is as flexible as fabric of the canopy
- if you remove over time the advert from the canopy the glue stick remains on the canopy (it sticks the canopy and take dust on it)
- the advert is partially transparent and the colors mingle with the fabric of the canopy.
- it is impossible to make the advert in white color
- less choice of colors

 

2) Foil

+ the foil is opaque, it is possible to produce white surface ads
+ wide range of colors
+ removing the ad from the canopy is easy, the glue remains less on the canopy
- the foil has a different type of adhesive and initially slightly less adheres to the surface of the glider, the time to complete the connection with the fabric is longer
- it is thicker and not so much flexible as the fabric of the canopy, especially at low temperatures
- the ad looks darker in the backlight